Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt believes the Internet is a tool that can help citizens keep their governments honest.
Authoritarian calls to monitor "dangerous language" used on the Internet are growing in Finland, with one senior government official claiming he is pursuing such an initiative for the public's own good.
Americans are far more concerned about companies monitoring their internet activity than about government doing the same thing.
Science blogger Keith Cowing though that using the Presidential Seal in an innocent blog post was no big deal. He was wrong.
There was an interesting development in the WikiLeaks saga on Thursday. You probably didn’t hear about it over the weekend because the fawning corporate media was too busy comparing the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell to the passage of the Civil Rights Act.
Media reform organization Free Press urged the Federal Communications Commission yesterday to investigate anti-competitive actions by Comcast, the nation’s largest cable company and residential broadband provider.
Amazon's finally pulled an ebook from sale after thousands of consumers protested that it was legitimizing pedophilia.
Federal agency the National Labor Relations Board has launched a legal case asserting that employees have a right to free speech on Facebook.
Could an Internet "kill switch" proposed by US Senator Joseph Lieberman be exploited to assume Federal control over the Internet and threaten free speech?